Small Claims Strategy For Copyright Infringement Launched In UK
Posted on 10/9/2012 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version |
The Patents County Court (PCC) system in the UK has revised its intellectual property laws for England and Wales and simplified the procedure for claims valued at £5,000 or less. Copyright holders will have the option of sorting out disputes through an informal hearing without legal representation. The government plans to increase this limit to £10,000, although when this will happen is currently unclear.
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